Date: 4 weeks ago   Category: Phenomenon

Muscovites will teach to get rid of superfluous


In the Moscow shopping center Aviapark there will take place the festival of conscious consumption All you need is less. The representative of the press service of Aviapark reported about it. The event will take place on Saturday, April 27, within ecological week. From 12:00 till 22:00 partners of the Dump project will tell Muscovites about conscious consumption and about actions which need to be undertaken for its achievement. Also for guests will organize a market and collection point for things, "swap" where it will be possible to exchange clothes, a zone for customization where artists, a dancing performance and lounge zone will work. An entrance on an action — free. Besides, during ecological week (from April 20 to April 27), shops of Aviapark will organize collecting waste for secondary processing and competent utilization. In exchange for unnecessary things it will be possible to receive discounts and bonuses. "Our activity is directed to extension of life cycle of things, and we want that as much as possible people did it together with us. We live in great time when environmental problems already entered an information field - it is the favorable environment for socially responsible business. Projects which test in recycle and conscious segments take steps, serious and significant for the planet, and we consider that it is important to support each other and to accumulate efforts on expansion of audience" — the project manager "Dump" in Russia Eve Demenkova commented. The stock All you need is less is devoted to an issue of sorting of waste and dated for the Moscow "garbage" reform. Organizers of a festival — shopping center Aviapark and the Dump project — service for export of unnecessary things, a sekond-stor and a vintage market. "Fleet" — the shopping center located in Moscow on the Hodynsky field, the largest in Europe on the total area (390 thousand square meters). The floor space of the center — 230 thousand square meters. In Aviapark clothing stores, footwear, accessories, children's toys, sports equipment and other goods work. What occurs in Russia and in the world? We explain on our YouTube channel. Subscribe!

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